Mini-Masterclass: Healing Children’s Grief **Postponed 2019

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This workshop is a collaboration between Mary Potter Hospice and Skylight.

Skylight is a national not for profit trust that enables children, young people, their family/whānau and friends to navigate through times of trauma, loss and grief.

Sally Bowman is an experienced palliative care nurse at Mary Potter Hospice. Her work includes working creatively with grieving children and carers in the hospice and, in addition, running a programme in schools called Art for Tough Stuff.

This will be an experiential workshop with time for small group discussion drawing on scenarios from your own practice and experience.   The day has been designed for health professionals and community workers dealing with grieving children and their families/whānau/aiga

Learning Outcomes:

  • To explore the role of the therapeutic carer.
  • To facilitate conversations about loss through art and creativity.
  • To understand the unique needs of children at different ages when dealing with grief.
  • To support children and young people facing death and dying in our communities
VenueDate/TimeCost
Mary Potter Hospice, 48 Mein St, Newtown9 August
1:00pm - 4:00pm
$90.00 - Mini-Masterclass: Healing Children’s GriefSold Out